Click here for reuse options! I've seen firsthand how a new executive order is impacting moms and kids here in the United States. Legal challenges to Donald Trump’s “Muslim ban” are mounting. Federal judges have suspended the order,Show More Summary
DOTHAN, Ala. (AP) — Kharon Davis has spent nearly 10 years in jail. He's had four sets of attorneys, with two judges on the bench. His co-defendants' cases have wrapped up. Davis has appeared in court for several hearings, and a new prosecutor is assigned.
I've been enamored with Kolin, the first of five brand new characters in Street Fighter V's second season of DLC, ever since her reveal trailer. Judging by this new introductory video released by Capcom, the hype may have been warranted. Her...Show More Summary
Judges of the federal Electoral Tribunal (TEPJF), which has jurisdiction over electoral matters, are traveling in style, courtesy of the Mexican taxpayer. The judges’ vehicular fleet has been upgraded with five new vehicles FULL STORY The post Vehicles untouched by court’s cost-cutting appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
A King County Superior Court judge has ruled that the plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging the state's charter school law didn't demonstrate that charter schools are unconstitutional. The Seattle Times … Click to Continue »
A Yale-educated investment banker convicted of insider trading charges after he fed tips to his father has been sentenced to three years in prison. New York federal Judge Laura Taylor … Click to Continue »
A judge has allowed a student to return to a New Hampshire prep school, months after his mother alleged the school wrongfully expelled him after he had sex with another … Click to Continue »
Municipalities nationwide including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Skokie, Illinois, are urging a federal judge to continue blocking President Donald Trump's travel ban. New York City's chief lawyer … Click to Continue »
Despite extraordinary backlash, former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has just been named to head the Environmental Protection Agency for the Trump administration. The vote came one day after a judge ruled Pruitt has until Tuesday to release 3,000 emails between himself and executive members of the fossil fuel… Read more...
A Rochester, New York judge recently issued a controversial order that a drug-addicted mother not get pregnant again, the Democrat and Chronicle reports. Family Court Judge Patricia Gallaher ruled in December that the woman, identified only as Brandy F., remain abstinent or use birth control to avoid pregnancy until she is able to show that […]
HACKENSACK, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey judge ruled for the second time that a criminal complaint against Gov. Chris Christie can go forward, saying Thursday there's probable cause to believe he knew lane closings at the George Washington Bridge in 2013 were more than just a routine traffic study.
An Ohio prisoner faces new charges over allegations that he threatened President Donald Trump and federal judges in letters mailed to the FBI and a public defender's office. Authorities say … Click to Continue »
Per the New York Times, the confirmation hearings for Judge Neil Gorsuch to fill the spot left vacant by the late Justice Antonin Scalia will begin on March 20.
Neil Gorsuch can’t be an opponent of LGBT rights — he has gay friends. That’s what his colleagues argue in a New York Times profile of the Colorado appellate judge tapped by President Trump to fill Antonin Scalia’s spot on the Supreme Court bench. During the 2016 presidential race, Trump vowed...
NBC New York reports, “A municipal court judge ruled for the second time Thursday that the citizen’s misconduct complaint against New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie stemming from the closures at the George Washington Bridge in 2013 has probable cause to move forward.” The post Judge Rules (Again) that Misconduct Complaint Against NJ Gov. Show More Summary
Two days after the governor had lunch with the president, a judge said a Bridgegate criminal case against Mr. Christie could proceed.
In a chaotic 77-minute news conference, the president took aim at enemies old and new: journalists, judges and secret-sharing Judases.
A New Jersey judge decided there is probable cause for a misconduct complaint to proceed.
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Earlier this morning Bergen County municipal judge Roy F. McGeady ruled that there is probable cause to believe that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was aware that the so-called Bridgegate scandal from 2013, resulting from unnecessary...Show More Summary